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Single pin bow sight


mrklean

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Im thinking about buying a single pin. What are some of the disadvantages of them? I like how i can adjust very easily, i just wonder how easy is it to mark all of the different ranges on the back and how accurate are they?

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Very accurate and easy to use. Real nice to always be able to put the pin where you want to hit rather than trying to split the pins.

Disadvantage? I can't get to my adjustments very easy with the bow quiver attached. As a result, I do not use if for hunting, though I know several people who do and seem to like them. They usually leave the pin set at 20 yards and leave it.

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I agree with Don on this one. I shot an optimizer for a few years which has the adjustment on it. I marked anywhere from 20-60 yards. I would say set it for 20 yards and just figure out how much to compinsate if you are going to hunt with it. Otherwise you will run into a time where you don't have time to adjust it.

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. Otherwise you will run into a time where you don't have time to adjust it.

Thats what I have always thought about them. How can you tell what yardage a deer, or whatever, is going to be at from the time you first see it to the time you shoot. Seems to me like alot of unneeded movement in a stand. I, myself, would rather aim high or low on a stationary pin rather than try moving the pin with an animal in the kill zone.

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Here is the solution. Buy an adjustable 3 pin sight. You're bottom pin is 40 yards. Mark out 50, 60, etc. from there and use the 40 pin for the longer ranges. Before they started selling these I bought 2 sights so i could make one. Now I have a 20, 30, and a 40 pin, but if I need to go long for a follow up shot or take a 70 yard poke on day 4 of a 5 day caribou hunt, I can adjust the sight and take the shot. Generally, the longer the shot the more time you have to range and adjust. It's the best of both world's, I will never go back to single pin.

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I totally agree with Dave- I also shoot a 3 pin adjustable sight. I have always felt that this sight gives me the best of both worlds too.

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For me a one pin was a great idea.... I am now going back to a multi pin as soon as the cash flow is there.

I missed two deer this year, both got on me in heavy cover and I never had a chance to adjust the sight.

On the other hand for target shooting I would say the one pin is the only way to go.

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